Spaceship Earth and Walt Disney World monorail at Epcot


Epcot - The Magic of Possibility

Epcot is a celebration of the world around us, combining high tech fun with the magic of Disney to create immersive experiences that excite the senses.

From under the sea to beyond the stars, the diverse cultures around the world or the future of the planet’s fragile ecosystems, Epcot manages to live up to its reputation as a permanent ‘World’s Fair’, with a hefty sprinkling of that Disney magic too.

It’s full of rides, attractions and festivals that inspire you to discover the power of human imagination. Even the most curious minds will be entertained from first thing in the morning, to last thing at night.

Epcot flower garden

Epcot rides and attractions

Epcot rides cover the whole range of experiences, and for all ages, too. From tots to teens, there’s plenty to see and do. There are also plenty of attractions, events, and festivals aimed at adult visitors too, such as the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, which runs from mid to late Autumn. Here’s a quick rundown of just a few Epcot attractions:

Epcot restaurants - an international culinary experience

Epcot Restaurants - Noodles

Epcot restaurants capture the spirit of the Park, giving you the chance to eat and drink your way around the world. Food is delicious, portions are huge, and there’s everything from family favourites like burgers, salads and ice cream, to more exotic food.

Epcot International Food & Wine Festival usually runs around Autumn time. It includes culinary demonstrations, master mixology classes, and tips on the best wines to pair with almost any dish you can mention.

During the rest of the year you’ll find everything from fine Scandinavian cuisines in the Norway Pavilion, to gorgeously sweet and spicy Moroccan food at the Tangierine Café. You’ll also find plenty of grab-and-go food on offer.

Hotels near Epcot

There are excellent Disney Hotels in the Epcot Resort area, and they’re especially geared towards families.

Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort 

A relaxing paradise that transports you to five Caribbean islands: Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad and Aruba. Enjoy dining experiences at the Old Port Royale and glide straight into Epcot on the Disney Skyliner.

7 nights from £1234pp
Disney's Yacht & Beach Club Resorts

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

If awesome pool facilities are at the top of your wish list, you can’t get much better than this. There are more than three acres of water-based shenanigans for the kids, including whirlpools and water slides.

7 nights from £2114pp
Disney's Beach Club Hotel

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Just a leisurely stroll from EPCOT, discover the casual elegance of this charming, New England-style Resort hotel, which shares a host of amenities with it's more formal sister, Disney's Yacht Club Resort.

7 nights from £2083pp
Disney Broadwalk Inn

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

Gloriously Art Deco in style, the BoardWalk is 1930s chic meets 21st-century sophistication. There are shops, a swimming pool complex, and plenty of bars and restaurants. Check out the Flying Fish restaurant for some epic ‘Surf ‘n’ Turf’ eats.

7 nights from £1700pp

Epcot Tickets

Epcot is part of Walt Disney World Resort so to get the best out of your holiday your best bet is to go for Disney’s Magic Ticket*. This gives you access to all six Disney Theme Parks, including: 

Magic Kingdom Park

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park

Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park

Disney Springs

The best seller is Disney’s 14-Day Magic Ticket which includes the all new Genie service, and Memory Maker^. You’re guaranteed to save money with Disney’s Magic Ticket, plus you get the perk of queuing less in some cases, too.

Find out more about Disney’s Magic Tickets.

Park information and map

Whether you’re having trouble finding your way to your favourite Epcot rides, or need to stop at one of the many restaurants for a breather and a refuel, our advice is to make sure you use the map to navigate your way around.

Maps are dotted around the Park so you can always work out exactly where you are, but our top tip is to go online and download the My Disney Experience app **. That way you get to see all your favourite attractions without walking further than you need to.

Epcot Map

*Disney’s 7-Day Magic Tickets expire 15 days from the first day of use and Disney’s 14-Day Magic Tickets expire 18 days from the first day of use. For child tickets, children must be aged 3-9 at the time of use.

** Availability subject to device limitations. Features may vary by device and service provider. Message and data rates may apply. Coverage not available everywhere. If under 18, seek parent’s permission.

^Memory Maker includes Disney PhotoPass photos and other digital content taken during the Memory Maker window and linked to the guest’s Disney account. If Memory Maker is sold or ordered in combination with a Park ticket, the window for that entitlement will be equal to the usage window of the associated Park ticket and will automatically begin upon the first use of the associated Park ticket. The window will end upon the sooner of either the expiration or depletion of the Park ticket.

Photos and other digital content will expire pursuant to the expiration policy at Valid Theme Park admission required for certain photo locations. Memory Maker is subject to terms at and, if applicable, Family & Friends terms at

Disney is not responsible for missing, lost or damaged photos or other digital content. Standard gate price $199 correct at the time of print. Book by 31 Dec 2023 for arrivals through to 31 Dec 2023.

Age or height restrictions may apply to some attractions.